Tina Turner’s death has caused a great deal of sympathy. British rock star Mick Jagger was very saddened on Instagram: “I am so saddened by the death of my wonderful friend Tina Turner. She really was an enormously talented artist and singer.” A spokeswoman for the White House in Washington spoke of a “great loss”https://www.sueddeutsche.de/kultur/. “Tina Turner was an icon, a music icon.”
Tina Turner died on Wednesday at the age of 83 after a long illness at her home in Küsnacht near Zurich. A spokesman announced. Turner’s management wrote, “With her, the world loses a music legend and role model.”
British model Naomi Campbell wrote: “Rest in peace and strength THE QUEEN, LEGEND, ICON. There will never be another. Honor my times with you.” Rolling Stones guitarist Ron Wood posted a photo of Tina Turner and himself to Instagram and wrote, “God bless you Tina, the Queen of Rock and Soul and a dear friend of our family.”
Canadian singer-songwriter Bryan Adams wrote: “The world has just lost one of the greatest female artists of all time. I will forever be grateful for the time we spent together touring, in the studio and as friends.”
US actress Angela Bassett (64), also known for her screen role as Tina Turner, paid tribute to the strength and courage of the late singer. Bassett had turned Turner in the biopic Tina – What’s Love Got To Do With It? embodied and told the industry magazine Hollywood reporters According to Turner, she experienced pain and trauma in her life and had the courage to tell her story, walk her path and show others what a future full of love, compassion and freedom should be like. It was an honor to know Turner and to play her in the film. The role earned Bassett an Oscar nomination in 1994.
Fans lay candles and flowers in front of the rock legend’s home in Switzerland
There were also reactions to the death of the singer from Germany. Federal Minister of Justice Marco Buschmann (FDP) tweeted: “With her unmistakable style, she shaped pop music for many years. In short: she was simply the best. Rest in peace!”
Moderator Thomas Gottschalk also paid tribute to Tina Turner. “She was a power woman … One of the first and one of the last!” Wrote the 73-year-old on Instagram. “One of her songs was called: I might have been Queen.” Gottschalk also put a picture from earlier years with Tina Turner on stage.
Fans laid candles and flowers in front of the singer’s house in Switzerland. Fans lit candles in memory of the rock legend. Turner has lived in the municipality in the Swiss canton of Zurich since 1994.
Tina Turner’s star plaque on Hollywood’s Walk of Fame was also decorated with flowers. There was also a pair of sunglasses. Turner was immortalized in 1986 with a plaque on the popular tourist strip in the heart of Hollywood. The singer’s pavement star is located on Vine Street in front of the Capitol Records corporate building.
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